NOTICE: curbi Shutting Down
Due to changes in Apple's App Store policies, curbi will no longer be permitted on the App Store.
Apple will be removing curbi from the App Store on February 19, 2019. At this point we will also be removing curbi from the Google Play Store. The curbi servers will be shut down on February 28, 2019.
We apologise for the inconvenience that this will cause, but Apple have decided they won't allow apps like curbi any more. The Apple version of curbi was far more popular than the Android version, so with the shut down of curbi for iOS we will also be shutting down curbi for Android.
Keeping mobile devices locked, blocked and safe for your child.
curbi is the best way to manage and monitor your child’s mobile web and app activity. With just a couple of clicks you can lock apps, block inappropriate sites and put a time limit on screen time.
curbi is all about protection for your child, and peace of mind for you. It’s simple to use and gives you complete control over the content your child can access from smartphones or tablets.
curbi plays nice with both Apple and Android mobile devices. You use the curbi app on your own smartphone or tablet to control what your child can see and do on theirs. Setting rules and boundaries that protect your child online has never been simpler.
Block inappropriate websites
Not every website is suitable for younger eyes and ears, so curbi makes it easy to block the inappropriate ones. curbi blocks all adult sites and lets you control access to any other categories – like gambling or violent content.
Put a hold on games and apps
With curbi, you decide which apps your child can access – and when. Set ground rules for games, block specific apps or call a total timeout when it’s time to study – or sleep.
Monitor online activity
curbi keeps track of the sites your child visits. You can view a summary that shows what sites have been accessed – and for how long. It’s just the insight you need (to be confident) (for peace of mind) when your child is online.
curbi is a proud partner of the SafetyNet cybersafety program and the San Diego Police Foundation.